A lot of users will be fine with URLs for their public personas. But I fear they can still be phished during redirection.
According to Hans, most 3rd party web app developers would love to have someone deal with the username and password issues.
Alex Simons asked me to write a piece for his Azure Active Directory Team Blog on our policy-based architecture and the “Identity Experience Engine” we developed to handle AzureAD’s B2C scenarios. You can read what amounts to my first public description of our new technology at “A look inside AzureAD B2C with Kim Cameron” – reprinted here for convenience: Last month Stuart … Continue reading A look inside AzureAD B2C
For the last several years I’ve been working on a new technology and capability that we are calling “Azure Active Directory B2C.” I’m delighted that I’m finally able to tell you about it, and share the ideas behind it. For me it is the next step in the journey to give individual consumers, enterprises and governments the identity … Continue reading Azure Active Directory B2C is now in public preview
Living a cloud nightmare scenario – Note to self: read fine print
Craig says any vendor building IdMaaS that is not meeting the Freedom of Choice requirements defined here is no longer in the game.
I would like to see our conversation focus primarily on what Identity Management as a Service must be
“You can make money for one year, three years, five years by exploiting people, but you can’t grow without trust”
“We WILL have a selector-based identity layer for the Internet in the future. All Internet devices will have a selector or a selector proxy for digital identity purposes.”
Federation architecture is already used to run the world's biggest sites, and reuse of claims across organizational boundaries is a key enabler for cloud computing